Out of the Brexit Turmoil: Opportunity - Wall Street Journal

Europe should not treat Britain as a prison escapee but as a potential compatriot. And the U.S. has a vital role to play. By. Henry A. Kissinger. June 28, 2016 6:03 p.m. ET. The cascade of commentary on Britain's decision to leave institutional Europe ...

European Union leaders pledge success as a 27-nation bloc, leave Britain's seat empty - Los Angeles Times

European Union leaders Wednesday put a brave face on Britain's decision to leave the common market, insisting that the 27 nations remaining in the bloc can succeed despite the departure of its second-largest economy. The presidents and prime ministers ...

US urges EU to ease austerity in response to Brexit fallout - Financial Times

The US wants European governments to “ease off on austerity” and focus on boosting economic growth to contain the populist backlash that provoked a British vote to leave the EU, according to senior US officials. Sample the FT's top stories for a week.

David Cameron: UK 'will not turn its back on Europe' - BBC News

David Cameron says Britain "will not and should not" turn its back on Europe as it leaves the European Union. After discussing the vote to leave with other EU leaders, he said trade and security co-operation would be vital whatever the shape of future ...

A Blunt Message After 'Brexit': Bolting Will Carry a Heavy Price - New York Times

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany said on Tuesday that the European Union will remain strong after Britain's exit from the institution. By DEUTSCHER BUNDESTAG, VIA REUTERS on Publish Date June 28, 2016. Photo by Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters.

The Implications of Brexit on UK Cyber Policy - Council on Foreign Relations (blog)

CFR Cyber net politics brexit A British flag lies on the street in London after Britain voted to leave the European Union. (Reinhard Krause/REUTERS). Share. Share on Facebook. Share. Tweet. Share on LinkedIn. Post. Email. The United Kingdom's vote to ...

Here's how Brexit may cripple Britain's financial sector — and the British economy - Washington Post

On June 23, the British people voted to leave the European Union, a victory for “Brexit.” The short-term reaction from markets was panic, as stock values crashed and the pound dropped to levels not seen since 1985. The longer-term consequences for ...

Brexit: Why I voted Leave - A Singaporean in UK - The Straits Times

The Leave campaign focused less on facts and figures and more on the intangibles and unquantifiables. Much attention was trained on issues such as national identity, uncontrolled immigration and the democratic deficit that resulted from being part of ...

Germany: America's real special relationship - Politico

When it became clear that Britain had voted to leave the European Union, President Barack Obama called David Cameron to offer his sympathy. Then he dialed Angela Merkel, the leader he actually leans on in times of crisis. It's no secret why. For years ...